When asked what had been their greatest failures, either professionally or personally, both Tennessee gubernatorial candidates paused a moment before offering two distinctly different answers.
A little piece of South America can now be found in Jonesborough at Brights Zoo.
The founding dean of the East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy is the newest member of the Johnson City Commission.
An internationally known trail building company began work on a “pump track” atop Tannery Knobs Bike Park this week.
It pays to be the majority party, especially in Tennessee, where candidates representing the party in power get their name listed first on the ballot.
If elected to the U.S. Senate, former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen said he would support reclassifying marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act to make it easier to research its benefits and risks.
The Press sent a brief questionnaire to the five candidates vying for a seat on the Johnson City Commission. The questions and the candidates’ responses are recorded here.
A former U.S. Drug Enforcement investigator said Thursday that U.S. Senate Republican nominee Marsha Blackburn’s congressional office was warned that opioid legislation she supported and was ultimately passed into law would undercut the agency’s efforts to investigate suspicious drug shipments.
Two different perspectives were pitched to voters in the 1st Congressional District Thursday night as two doctors, Democrat Marty Olsen and Republican incumbent Phil Roe, debated at Bristol Regional Medical Center.
Whether it’s Democrat Karl Dean or Republican Bill Lee, Tennessee’s next governor will be an advocate for implementing a sales tax on internet sales.